Average Rating 4.2/5
Review by hellothere2013
When I heard about this product, I thought.. "Pshh... please. A vibrating brush? Whatever. I use face clothes to exfloliate and deep clean. I don't need this." Yet somehow and someway, I couldn't help but feel intrigued by it. But oh! the money! I was not willing to pay that much. So I did what most people do... try to find an alternative. I purchased the Olay version of this product. Upon doing so, I found the Olay version to be terrible, making my skin irritated and just plain messed up. "So much for this concept," I thought, "I knew it wouldn't work." Yet, then I learned something. Olays brush spins, while Clarisonic moves up and down. "Oh please," I thought."Whats the difference?" Yet I was still curious. And that curiosity turn into a purchase. I purchased it, ready to try it out. There I was, pressing the brush against my face while it operated. Only to result in a red irritated face. "I should have known," I thought. I read reviews, looking for someone else with a similair experience, and stumbled across some valuable tips. "Do NOT press the brush on your face. Glide it across the face without pressure." When I tried gliding it across my face without adding pressure, it was like I hit the jackpot! My face started looking clearer, firmer, and smoother. Amazing. Using it in the shower really helped open pores to allow for a deep clean too!! Pros: Cleans face well Firms face somehow (atleast for me) Somehow makes my face less oily over time Closes some pores somehow Cons: If you apply too much pressure, you are going to ruin your skin. GLIDE IT across with minimal pressure. Good for: Everyone. Not for: People who have a chronic "must apply pressure" to face syndrome. (jk). You get the hint.